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National Cappuccino Day: Celebrate With Free Cappuccino

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Woooooooosshhhhhhh... That's the sound of a cappuccino machine frothing milk, as you anticipate getting the first sip of your tasty hot beverage.

There's something about cappuccino that's so sophisticated. We can't have one without imagining sitting in a café in Rome after a long day of painting or writing poetry. Only problem is... these little suckers don't come cheap. Cappuccinos are like, what... four bucks these days?

Fret not, mi bambini, because there are two restaurants offering free cappuccinos today in celebration of National Cappuccino Day.

Saquella Cafe in Boca Raton and Processo Cafe

in Palm Beach Gardens are giving away one cappuccino per person today

only, November 8. Just waltz right in and tell the nice people, "I love

cappuccino."

The offer is the restaurants' way of saying grazie to their customers. For additional specials and deals, join the cafés' VIP club by texting the word Saquella or Prosecco to 91944.


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